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Full text of "Microcosm"

A quartet of fleeting moments 

Captured in this brief respite 

Before and after, 

Overflowing with feelings and emotions 

Unique in their seclusion from life, 

Belonging only to this, 

The college experience. 





Marcia Wegner 
Art Editor 






Katherine Barr 
Circulation Manager 




Ellen Kramer 
Technical Co-Editor 




Nancy Howe 
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Ingrid (Zillman) Schwaab 
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Judith Weinstock 
Literary Co-Editor 



Rachel Rivela 
Business Manager 



Nathalie Levin 
Literary Co-Editor 



In deep appreciation to: 

Miss Virginia Bratton 
Mrs. Yvonne Broadcorens 
and staff assistants. 




Betsy (Wise) Danovitch 
Editor-in-Chief 





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One thing which has impressed me during the years I have 
been at Simmons College is the general excellence of the 
publication, Microcosm. Each year there is a new theme for 
the book and an original treatment of the material. I have 
always found Microcosm a most interesting record of 
another year in the history of Simmons College. 

While Microcosm is read carefully by all the members of 
the Simmons family, it is, of course, the Class of 1964 who 
will treasure this edition most. I am sure it will prove to be a 
most pleasant reminder to each member of her college years. 
Certainly, for those of us who remain at Simmons, this book 
will continually refresh our memories of the excellent Class 
of 1964. This Class can be proud of its contributions to 
Simmons College. The leadership it has given the student 
organizations has been outstanding, and seldom in the 
history of the college has there been a class with so many of 
its members deeply concerned with making the college 
community a better and a more interesting place for all of 
us to live and work. 

It is true that each graduating class, collectively as well as 
individually, is missed at Simmons College, and the Class 
of 1964 is no exception. We shall, however, follow the 
careers of each girl with pride and great satisfaction as well 
as friendly interest. We look forward to the visits of the 
members of the Class of 1964 to the college in the years 
ahead, and we are sure that they will give their help and 
support to the continued growth of Simmons College. 

My sincerest good wishes to each of you in the Class of 
1964. 



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To Mrs. Madeline L. Cartwright 



In Recognition 



Of her devoted service to 



our campus microcosm, 



Of her singular contribution to 




our academic environment, 



In tribute and in gratitude, 



We dedicate to her this collection 



of our college experiences. 






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It seems that many things come in compact, condensed "economy-size" packages 
or editions these days — even memories! 

If you look back over the four years of your Simmons career, that too telescopes 
easily from four, four and a half, or five years of study, tension, and relaxation into 
one complete year — or four seasons. The "Fall" is ever the time of the Freshmen. 
You arrived all enthusiasm and fears, and newly-wardrobed, with aspirations which 
carried you on numbered clouds until mid-November. You met the Junior Welcome 
Committee, roommates, housemothers, advisers, professors, and then braved the 
President's receiving line. And you worked and worked, and hoped and hoped for 
the Dean's List — and for "dates." 



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The "Winter of 'your' discontent" was yours as Sophomores. You wailed with the 
wind, shared your depression with the snow, the bitter weather, and with M. I. T., 
Harvard, Tufts, or Yale. You sent for catalogs and talked of transferring, and 
some of you wrote woeful letters to the News or changed your choice of School. 
But many of you found solace in anticipation. The "Spring" would come and did. 
Meanwhile, you enjoyed Sophomore Workshop and between-semester skiing. 

That "Spring" — the Junior Year — was full of exciting innovations. Whether you 
are willing to admit it or not, you began to give full realization to the goal we all 
had for you — you began to grow up. Your pattern of education took shape and 
gradually emerged from the "pieces." Your thinking became more meaningful — 
your personality more positive. We joined you in liking the more poised, integrated, 
thoughtful You. We depended on you as a Junior Welcome Committee member, 
as a representative of Simmons at the Washington Semester, in the Junior Year 
Abroad group, as a House Counselor, a leader in volunteer work, and as a member 
of the Dean's List — or, perhaps, of Academy! And there was your Junior Prom! 
Remember? 

"Summer" came at last. The Senior Year seemed unreal. You couldn't have 
reached this pinnacle, this cherished goal so suddenly! And now what to plan for 
after college? Panic and pleasure raced through you at the same time. For some of 
you the third step after "the pin," and "the ring" divided your interests. You 
balanced classes and exams with showers and weddings. To the new identity you 
had achieved in the "Spring" was added another phase, and you prepared to 
learn to share, and to center your interest less on self. 

For others, careers and graduate schools seemed near enough to reach out and 
touch. For many your devotion to your College and to your fellow students took 
precedence over many things. You gave yourselves to Student Government, you 
were a medieval knight or lady who ate Olde English dinner at the "unround" 
table — with delight; although with a strong touch of nostalgia. Soon it would all be 
over. You begin to plan your Class Day and your Class Gift. You were thrilled to 
your toes when you opened that letter with the announcement of the award of your 
fellowship for study at Blank University. 

The Day did come; you walked across the stage, shook the President's hand and, 
small blue leather portfolio in hand, your heels tapped down the steps to the floor of 
Symphony Hall. 

Your "four seasons" at Simmons had come and gone. But out beyond those lines 
of faces, caps and gowns, and family groups, there was more and more to do, to 
learn, to meet and to possess — all better, we hope, because of the combination of 
you and Simmons. 

It seems so brief now, and somehow far away, but what you gave to Simmons 
and what you took from it have made both you and your College different. We wish 
for you a life in which that difference contributes significantly to your happiness 
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DONA (COPITHORNE) ALLEN 

Home Economics 






MIRIAM A. ALLEN 

Social Science 



JANE R. ALSOP 

Nursing 



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Education 




MARIAN ARCHER 

Education 



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Social Science 






BARBARA JILL AXELROD 

Social Science 



BRENDA BAKER 

Education 



KATHERINE L. BARR 

Social Science 





DIANE BARRON 

Business Administration 



NAN Q. BAYARD 
Publication 



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GRETCHEN M. BEACH 
Social Science 



GAIL A. BEAVEN 

Nursing 






SUSAN (EARL) BENDER 
Publication 



MARILYN BERGER 

Publication 



JOYCE BERMAN 

Social Science 




ELIZABETH A. BICKEL 

Science 



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SHARON (KEOUGH) BIRD 

Social Science 



NANCY BLACHER 
Business Administration 






BARBARA M. BLOCK 

Nursing 



DOROTHY J. BLUMENTHAL 

Social Science 



DIANE BLYTH 

Business Administration 




JUDITH BOICE 

Education 



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MARGARET BORDEN 

Social Science 






MERLE J. BORISKIN 

Social Science 



GERALDINE E. BOSHART 

Science 



CAROL A. BOUDREAU 

Science 






ROBERTA BRANDON 

Education 



SYBIL O. BREWSTER 

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JANICE C. BRIDGES 

Science 



JUDITH (BARNES) BROCK 

Nursing 



SUZANNE BROOKS 
Education 





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Education 



DIANE BUNKER 

Home Economics 



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STEPHANIE BUTCHKES 

Social Science 



LINDA C. CARNIE 

Social Science 






ELIZABETH S. CARPENTER 

Science 



JANICE L. CASASSA 

Nursing 



KAREN CHAIKEN 

Education 




MYRNA CHAISON 

Publication 



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JUDITH A. CLAMON 

Social Science 






HOLLY CLARK 

Education 



LYNDA CLAUSEN 

Business Administration 



EVELYN C. CLAYTON 

Library Science 





CHARLOTTE C. COFFEY 

Publication 



JOANNE C. COFFEY 

Home Economics 



96 





BEVERLY COHEN 

Education 



JUSTINE COLLATZ 

Education 









SHERRY L. COLLINS 

Social Science 



CAROL J. COLMAN 

Science 



CYNTHIA COLOMY 

Business Administration 





CECELIA A. CONSORTE 

Social Science 



BARBARA COTTER 

Education 



97 





DIANNE S. CUNNINGTON 

Science 




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ROSALIND DALY 

Social Science 



BETSY (WISE) DANOVITCH 

Publication 



GLORIA DASHEFSKY 

Education 








BARBARA R. DAVIS 

Science 



KAREN DAVIS 

Education 



98 





BEVERLY A. DeGRAPPO 

Social Science 



DIANE DEL DOTTO 

Social Science 






MARY-JO DEL VECCHIO 

Social Science 



JANET P. DENENHOLTZ 

Publication 



DIANA R. DERMENJIAN 

Science 





CYNTHIA M. DeBANDI 

Social Science 



MARY E. DETSCH 

Social Science 



99 





DEANNA K. DIEHL 

Home Economics 



KAREN C. DiMARTINO 

Publication 







MARCIA DREISBACH 

Science 



JUDITH A. DREZNER 

Publication 



CYNTHIA DUNCAN 

Home Economics 




GAIL EATON 

Education 



100 




SUSAN EKSTROM 
Education 






MEREDITH ELLIOTT 

Business Administration 



LINDA M. FEITL 

Social Science 



LAURIE L. FIERST 

Science 





LYNDA L. FRANK 

Publication 



PEGGY E. FREED 

Publication 



101 




BEVERLY (BERNHARDT) 
FREEDMAN 

Business Administration 






CAROLE R. FREEMAN 

Science 



LYDIA A. FREITAS 

Publication 



ELISABETH FUGLISTER 

Education 





MARCIA FULTON 

Business Administration 



SALLY GATELY 

Business Administration 



102 





SUSAN GERSON 
Education 



PHYLLIS (BERKMAN) 
GESHELIN 

Education 






ELLEN L. GILMAN 

Science 



MAXINE GILMAN 

Education 



EILEEN M. GIOVANNI 

Science 




LINDA C. GOELDNER 
Science 



103 




BETSY GOLDMAN 

Education 






DIANE R. GOLDSTEIN 

Science 



DONNA L. GORDON 

Library Science 



NANCY GORDON 
Education 





CHRISTINE H. GOURLIE 

Nursing 



ELIZABETH GREENE 

Social Science 



104 






JANET E. GREENE 

Nursing 



MARGARET E. GREGORY 

Nursing 









JOAN GRUSAUSKAS 

Education 



SUE C. HABEL 

Publication 




PATRICIA A. HALLER 

Science 





ANNE L. HAMILL 
Science 



SUSAN (SHAFER) HAMILTON 
Business Administration 



105 




JOAN F. HARDING 

Publication 






JUDITH HARTNETT 

Nursing 



JOAN HARWITT 

Education 



JUDITH E. HEALD 

Science 





NANCY L. HEATH 
Publication 



BARBARA H. HEILBRUNN 

Science 



106 





JANET HILL 

Education 



REBECCA (WOLLISON) 
HOLMES 

Education 





SYLVIA E. HOWE 

Home Economics 



CAROLINA (MINETTO) 
HUGHES 

Publication 




PHYLLIS HUTTON 

Nursing 





NANCY A. HOWE 
Publication 



DELIA IGLAUER 

Nursing 



107 





MARGERY (RANDALL) 
JACKSON 

Home Economics 



JOYCE A. JACOBS 
Science 






CAROLYN E. JOHNSON 

Nursing 



SUSAN C. JOHNSON 
Science 



SUSAN JONES 
Business Administration 





SANDRA J. F. JORDAN 

Publication 



PATRICIA M. KANE 

Social Science 



108 




INA KANTER 
Business Administration 






CYNTHIA KASSELS 

Education 



MARSHA (BECKER) KATZ 

Science 



HELENE A. KAUFFMAN 

Publication 





MARCIA A. KAUFFMAN 

Publication 



BRENDA M. KELLY 
Social Science 



109 




DIANE E. KEMP 

Science 






VALERIE KENN 
P re-Graduate 



EDITH KIMBALL 

Education 



JANE M. KING 

Nursing 





LOUISE KING 

Business Administration 



CAROLE H. KLEMM 

Publication 



110 





HARRIET S. KOT 

Science 



ELLEN KRAMER 

Publication 






MARGARET D. KURSHAN 

Social Science 



ELAINE J. LASHER 

Social Science 



MARY JO LAZEAR 

Education 




NATHALIE A. LEVIN 

Social Science 



111 




CLAIRE B. LEVITAN 

Science 






DIANE C. LEWIS 

Publication 



ISABEL E. LEWIS 

Nursing 



NANCY J. LEWIS 
Home Economics 





CONSTANCE J. LIEBERMAN 

Social Science 



LINNEA LINDSTROM 
Home Economics 



112 





ANNE G. LOCHER 
Home Economics 



MARYLOU LOMARTIRE 

Business Administration 






DIANE (HOBBS) LUCE 

Social Science 



DIANE F. LURIE 

Science 



JILL E. MADFIS 

Social Science 




SHEILA B. MANDELL 
Home Economics 



113 





BETSY J. MEIRICK 

Social Science 



ann b. Mcmullen 

Home Economics 




HELEN McNICHOL 

Education 




MARGARET (OEHMLER) 
McREYNOLDS 

Publication 




SUSAN MEISER 
Education 








ANDREA L. MEMMELAAR 

Science 



CAROLYN M. MIETHE 

Publication 



114 





JOAN MILLER 

Education 



KAY MINKOVITZ 

Business Administration 






JANET S. MORRIS 
Home Economics 



BEATRICE A. MOSES 

Social Science 



MARCIA MOSES 

Education 





MARGARET MEO 

Education 



JANE MOSKOWITZ 

Education 



115 





ELIZABETH A. MULROY 

Home Economics 



LOIS MURPHY 

Education 







MELODY S. MUSICANT 

Publication 



CAROL A. NALEWAJEK 

Home Economics 



EDITH L. NEEDHAM 

Social Science 




ANN H. NEWTON 
Business Administration 



116 




BARBARA A. NORMAN 

Science 






MARY-SCOVILL OBERWAGER 

Nursing 



CAROLYN D. OLNEY 

Publication 



RUTH L. ORANSKY 

Science 





MAUREEN O'ROURKE 

Business Administration 



MARTHA-ANN OWEN 

Nursing 



117 




LINDA (KOTZEN) PARESKY 
Pre-Graduate 






CINDY J. PAULSON 

Nursing 



LORRAINE M. PERROTTA 

Science 



JUDITH A. PETERSON 

Social Science 





PATRICIA PICKENS 

Science 



CAROL J. PINES 
Social Science 



118 





ELAINE (ROSENSTEIN) 
PISETSKY 

Social Science 



JOAN POLINER 

Education 






SUSAN PORTER 
Social Science 



DOROTHY POTCHERKOFF 

Science 



SUSAN PRESS 
Business Administration 




MARILYN E. PURPEL 

Social Science 



119 




RACHEL (FEINSILVER) RECK 

Education 






LYNNE D. REINHOLD 

Social Science 



LINDA J. RICHARDSON 

Social Science 



JEAN A. RIDDELL 
Social Science 





RACHEL M. RIVELA 
Publication 



JANE RIZIKA 
Education 



120 





MARY A. 



ROBESON 

Publication 



EDITH N. ROSENBLUM 

Science 






MARLENE R. 



ROSENTHAL 

Social Science 



KATARINA ROTH 

Education 



DIANE ROWELL 

Nursing 




EMILIE P. ROY 

Publication 



121 




CYNTHIA (MERDEK) RUBIN 

Social Science 






NINA JO RUNYON 
Education 



CONSTANCE M. RUSSO 

Nursing 



PAMELA SADLIER 

Social Science 





SANDRA E. SANDSTROM 

Science 



ELIZABETH SANGER 

Science 



122 





BRENDA L. SARGENT 

Social Science 



KAREN D. SCHARF 

Social Science 






ENID SCHESTER 

Education 



HILARY J. SEARS 

Social Science 



JUDITH SEEBECK 

Education 




CHRISTIA A. SENEY 

Nursing 



123 





MURIEL B. SENHOUSE 

Social Science 



MARY J. SHAPIRO 

Education 






AMY J. SHARKEY 

Science 



MERRILL C. SHAW 

Social Science 



NORA A. SHEEHAN 

Publication 




LANA R. SHEINKOPF 

Nursing 



124 





JANICE (POPIELARCZYK) 
SHELDON 

Education 



BRENDA E. SHORT 

Nursing 






ROBERTA E. SIGMAN 

Social Science 



DEVRA L. SIMON 

Publication 



JAYNE SILVERSTEIN 

Education 





LYNDA M. SLURZBERG 

Science 



LINDA SMITH 

Pre-Graduate 



125 




NANCY P. SMITH 
Social Science 







PATRICIA SMITH 

Business Administration 



MERLE R. SMOLKER 

Publication 



SUSAN L. SNYDERMAN 
Social Science 





SUSAN A. SPRAFKE 
Library Science 



BARBARA M. STANLEY 

Science 



126 





JULIA E. STAPLES 

Science 



BARBARA STARR 

Education 






BARBARA STASZ 

Education 



ELIZABETH D. STEFANIK 

Social Science 



SALLY STEPHENS 

Business Administration 




DORIS (STERLING) BELL 

Business Administration 



127 




MAMEVE STERN 

Pre-Graduate 






KAREN W. STEVENS 

Social Science 



JANE STEWART 

Business Administration 



MERILYN STEWART 

Nursing 








ELAINE SUCHNICKI 

Science 



RUTH F. TAMAROFF 

Publication 



128 






BEVERLY E. THALBERG 

Publication 



ELIZABETH L. THOMAS 

Nursing 






ALICE SUZANNE THRASHER 

Library Science 



ELISABETH A. TOWER 

Social Science 



NANCY J. VAN DYKE 

Science 




ALICE (CLARK) VLCEK 

Business Administration 



129 




MARSHA L. WALLACE 

Social Science 






KAREN WALOWIT 

Pre-Graduate 



ADELE R. WALTCH 

Social Science 



JOAN M. WALTON 

Library Science 





RONNA WANETIK 

Science 



LINDA WAYNE 
Education 



130 





MARCIA H. WEGNER 

Publication 



ROBERTA E. WEINER 

Science 






HELAINE WEINSTEIN 

Pre-Graduate 



JUDITH G. WEINSTOCK 

Pre-Graduate 



MARTHA E. WESTON 

Nursing 




MARY E. WHALEN 

Social Science 



131 





MYRNA L. WHITE 

Social Science 



BARBARA A. WHITTAKER 

Social Science 






KATHERINE (MORRIS) 
WHYNOT 

Nursing 



SALLY WICKLUND 

Nursing 



CLAIRE (KVARACEUS) 
WIKLUND 

Science 




MARTHA WILLIAMS 

Education 



132 




MARY LEE WILLIAMS 

Business Administration 






ANN E. WILSON 
Social Science 



PAMELA J. WILSON 

Nursing 



SHOSHANA WINER 

Science 





DONNA E. WINTER 

Social Science 



ANDREA WITZE 

Business Administration 



133 





LOIS WRIGLEY 

Science 



JULYNN WONG 
Business Administration 






CAROL A. YORK 

Science 



PATRICIA YULE 

Business Administration 



INGRID (ZILLMAN) 
SCHWAAB 

Publication 





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LAURA-DAY ZSCHOCH 

Social Science 



134 



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ABBOTT, MARY, 4294 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, Fla., Debate 
Society, Home Economics Club. 

ALLEN, DONA QOPITHORNE, 11 Putnam St., Watertown, Mass. 
ALLEN, MIRIAM, 59 Moulton Rd., Arlington, Mass., Social Ac- 
tivities Chairman, House Counselor, Student Assistant. 
ALSOP, JANE, 37 Penarth Rd., Bala Cynwyd, Penn., Glee Club, 
Anne Strong Club, Song Leader, Chairman Assembly Series, Chair- 
man Simmons Night at Pops. 

ANGELLO, PHYLLIS, 158 Gilford Ave., Willimantic, Conn., House 
Pres., House Counselor, Campus Guide, Newman Club Rep., Aca- 
demic Affairs Committee. 

ARCHER, MARIAN, 520 Cory Place, Westfield, N. L, Glee Club, 
Song Leader, School Rep., House Counselor, Stu-G Rep. 
ARKIN, LOIS ANN, 41 Wyllis Ave., Maiden, Mass., Hillel, Young 
Democrats Club. 

AXELROD, BARBARA JILL, 593 Polk PL, East Meadow, N. Y. 
BAKER, BRENDA, 41 Fellsmere Rd., Newton Centre,_Mass., Fresh- 
man Rep., Hillel, French Club, Junior Welcome Committee, Cam- 
pus Guide, Junior Class Secretary, Tutorial Program. 
BARR, KATHERINE, 4 Oakland PL, Great Neck, N. Y. 
BARRON, DIANE, 40 Randolph St., Belmont, Mass., Treasurer 
Prince Club, Bluettes Business Manager, Fire Captain, Skit Night 
Chairman Simmons Hall. 

BAYARD, NAN QUINT, 94 Ridge Ave., Newton, Mass., Old Eng- 
lish Dinner, Spring Spree, Basketball. 
BEACH, GRETCHEN, 367 Willow St., Mansfield, Mass. 
BEAVEN, GAIL, Pojac Point, North Kingstown, R. I., SCOPE, Anne 
Strong Club. 

BELL, DORIS STERLING, 1175 York Ave., New York, N. Y., Junior 
Welcome, Campus Guide, Dorm V.P., School Rep., College Bowl 
Team, Soph. Luncheon, Spring Spree. 
BENDER, SUSAN EARL, 230 Nutley Ave., Nutley, N. J. 
BERGER, MARILYN, 25465 Bryden Rd., Cleveland, Ohio, Chair- 
man SCOPE Arts Committee, Microcosm Photography Editor, 
Chairman Spring Spree Booth, Decorations Soph Luncheon. 
BERMAN, JOYCE, 25 Edgewood Ave., Albany, N. Y. 
BICKEL, ELIZABETH, Hooper House, Exeter, N. H. 
BIRD, SHARON ANN KEOUGH, Warwick Towers, Greenwich, 
Conn. 

BLACHER, NANCY, 6 Leonard Ave., Newton, Mass., Modern 
Dance Club, Ticket Chairman Christmas Cotillion, Business School 
Newsletter. 

BLOCK, BARBARA, 135 Weston Ave., Chatham, N. J. 
BLUMENTHAL, DOROTHY, 71 Union St., Natick, Mass., Bluettes, 
Glee Club, Hillel. 

BLYTH, DIANE, 225 Orange St., Chelsea, Mass., Modern Dance 
Club. 

BOICE, JUDITH, 1502 Library Lane, McKeesport, Penn. 
BORDEN, MARGARET, 481 Cohannet St., Taunton, Mass., Swim- 
monettes II, Organ — New England Conservatory. 
BORISKIN, MERLE, 600 Longview Rd., S. Orange, N. J., Inter- 
national Relations Assn. Pres., Spring Spree, Junior Prom Co- 
Chairman, College Bowl. 

BOSHART, GERALDINE, Box 16, Galway, N. Y., Glee Club, 
Chamber Ensemble, Dorm. Student Assistant, transfer Alfred Junior 
College. 

BOUDREAU, CAROL, 386 Westford St., Lowell, Mass., Newman 
Club. 

BOWDEN, MARILYN, R.F.D. #2, North Windham, Me. 
BRANDON, ROBERTA, 430 Shore Rd., Long Beach, N. Y., Rec- 
reation Assn. Rep., Fire Captain, Campus Guide, Junior Welcome, 
Soph. Luncheon, Spring Spree, Fund Drive. 

BREWSTER, SYBIL, 64 South Bay Ave., Brightwaters, N. Y., 
Campus Guide, Junior Welcome Committee. 

BREZNIAK, RENEE, 25 W. Boulevard Rd., Newton Centre, Mass., 
Fund Drive, News Reporter, Hillel, Campus Guide, Dorm Treas., 
Recreation Assn. Rep., Junior Welcome Steering Committee, Christ- 
mas Cotillion, Stu-G Treas. 

BRIDGES, JANICE, 114 Harris Ave., Needham, Mass., Campus 
Guide, V.P. Swimmons. 

BROCK, JUDITH BARNES, 48 Vogel St., West Roxbury, Mass. 
BROOKS, SUZANNE, 14 Strathmore Rd., Brookline, Mass., Recrea- 
tion Assn. Dorm Rep., News Staff, Co-Chairman Caps and Gowns, 
Commuter Organization. 
BROWN, ANITA, 44 P St., Hull, Mass., Hillel, Tutorial. 



BUNKER, DIANE, 42 Moulton Rd., Arlington, Mass., Home Eco- 
nomics Club V.P. 

BUTCHKES, STEPHANIE, 6710 West Farm Acres, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

CARNIE, LINDA, 56 Middle St., Farmington, Me., Campus 
Guide, Junior Welcome Steering Committee, SCOPE Committee, 
Arnold Hall Social Activities Chairman, Swim Club, Outing Club 
Secretary-Treasurer. 

CARPENTER, ELIZABETH, Hines Point, Vineyard Haven, Mass., 
Modern Dance Club, Christian Assn., P.T. Club, Outing Club. 
CASASSA, JANICE, 4491 Washington St., Roslindale, Mass., New- 
man Club, Treas. Anne Strong Club, Commuter Organization. 
CHAIKEN, KAREN, 2406 St. Georges Ave., Rahway, N. L, House 
Counselor, House Pres. 

CHAISON, MYRNA RITA, 485 Ocean Ave, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Microcosm, News Copy Editor, Chairman Academic Affairs, Chair- 
man Junior Class Invitation Dance. 

CLAMON, JUDITH, 58 Linnard Rd., West Hartford, Conn., Social 
Relations Committee, Hillel, Campus Guide, Junior Welcome. 
CLAPPS, LUCIA, 2279 North Main St., Waterbury, Conn. 
CLARK, HOLLY, 15 Merriam Rd., Grafton, Mass., Junior Wel- 
come Chairman, House Treas., House Counselor, Class V.P., Ring 
Committee. 

CLAUSEN, LYNDA, 24 Lake Rd., Cochituate, Mass., Blazer Com- 
mittee, Treasurer and Secretary Drama Society, Campus Guide, 
Business Manager News, Dean's List. 

CLAYTON, EVELYN, 811 Piper Rd., West Springfield, Mass., 
Dorm Secretary-Treasurer, Co-Chairman Spring Spree Booth, Li- 
brary Assistant. 

COFFEY, CHARLOTTE, 307 Bridge St., Dedham, Mass. 
COFFEY, JOANNE, 25 Roberts Rd., Cambridge, Mass., Home 
Economics Club, Commuter Organization. 

COHEN, BEVERLY FERN, 35 Pape Rd., New Britain, Conn., 
Hillel, Spring Spree Publicity Chairman, Campus Guide, Transfer 
Welcome Committee, Junior Welcome Committee, Dean's List. 
COLLATZ, JUSTINE, 57 Atlantic Ave, Nantucket, Mass. 
COLLINS, SHERRY, 459 Winch St., Framingham Center, Mass., 
Exec. Board, NSA Rep., Honor Board Rep., Campus Guide, Volun- 
teer Work, Newman Club, Dean's List, Stu-G Rep. 
COLMAN, CAROL, 3402 Moss Lane, Amarillo, Texas, Olde English 
Dinner, Sec'y. Young Republicans, Literary Board and Advertising 
Coordinator Potpourri. 

COLOMY, CYNTHIA, 170 Samoset Ave., Quincy, Mass., Prince 
Club. 

CONSORTE, CECELIA, 34 Shelley Ave., Valhalla, N. Y., Spring 
Spree Chairman, Stu-G Rep., Public Relations Commission, College 
Bowl Committee, Honor Board Chairman, Dean's List. 
COTTER, BARBARA, 32 Shade St., Waltham, Mass., I.R.A. 
CUNNINGTON, DIANNE, 9720 Brecksville Rd., Brecksville, Ohio, 
Junior Welcome Committee, Soph Luncheon, Winter Weekend. 
DALY, ROSALIND, 122 East Hickory Grove Rd., Bloomfield 
Hills, Mich. 

DANOVITCH, BETSY WISE, 19 Sutcliffe Park, Newton, Mass., 
Dorm Rep., School Rep. Junior Welcome Committee, Editor Mi- 
crocosm. 

DASHEFSKY, GLORIA, 15 Great Meadow Rd., Newton, Mass., 
Religious Chairman and Pres. Hillel, Junior Welcome Committee. 
DAVIS, BARBARA, 88 Columbia St., Brookline, Mass., Glee Club. 
DAVIS, KAREN, 26 Houston Ave, Milton, Mass., Outing Club, 
Stu-G Rep., Soph, and Junior Class Pres., Campus Guide, Hillel. 
DeBANDI, CYNTHIA, 73 Scarborough Rd., Manchester, Conn., 
Newman Club, House Counselor, Dorm. Student Assistant, Volun- 
teer Work. 

DeGRAPPO, BEVERLY, 48 Glendale St., Maynard, Mass. 
DEL DOTTO, DIANNE, Old Troy Rd., Fitzwilliam, N. H., Rox- 
bury Volunteer Tutoring, Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship. 
DEL VECCHIO, MARY- JO, 2909 Main St., Stratford, Conn. 
DENENHOLZ, JANET, 102 Oxford Blvd., Great Neck, N. Y., Mod- 
ern Dance Club (Secretary '62-'63, President '63 -'64), News News 
Editor, Glee Club, Academic Affairs Committee, News Banquet 
Co-Chairman. 

DERMENJIAN, DIANA, 364 Brighton St., Belmont, Mass., Trans- 
fer Welcome Committee, Christmas Cotillion, Stu-G Rep., Class 
Exec. Board. 

DETSCH, MARY, West St., Carlisle, Mass. 
DIEHL, DEANNA, Port Republic, Va., Fund Drive, Glee Club. 



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DiMARTINO, KAREN, 100 Parkview St., Plainview, N. Y., SCOPE 
Arts Committee Chairman, Lyle K. Bush Art Fund Committee, 
Public Relations Committee, Newman Club, Sect. North Hall. 
DISCHEL, JUDITH r 37A University Rd., Brookline, Mass. 
DREISBACH, MARCIA, 614 N. 8th St., Allentown, Penn. 
DREZNER, JUDITH, 145 Harvard Ave., Rockville Centre, N. Y., 
SCOPE Arts Committee, Spring Spree Booth Chairman, Winter 
Weekend Publicity Chairman, Microcosm Photography Staff. 
DUNCAN, CYNTHIA, 638 Maywood Ave., Maywood, N. J., Glee 
Club, House Counselor. 

DUNTLEY, NOLA, 1475 Virginia Way, La Jolla, Cal. 
EATON, GAIL, 60 Oak St., Needham, Mass., Stu-G Rep., Honor 
Board Rep., House Counselor, Academic Affairs Committee. 
EKSTROM, SUSAN L., 6 Bjorklund Ave., Worcester, Mass., Recre- 
ation Assn., Campus Guide, Volunteer Work, Dean's List, Cercle 
Francais Secretary, Publicity Committee. 

ELLIOTT, MEREDITH, 9307 Mintwood St., Silver Springs, Md., 
Asst. Treas. Stu-G, Student Dietician, Junior Welcome Committee. 
FEITL, LINDA, 151 Cherry St., New Britain, Conn., Circulation 
and Advertising Manager News, Social Activities Chairman New- 
man Club. 

FIERST, LAURIE, 4211 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., French Club, 
Dorm Sec'y. 

FRANK, LYNDA, Lost River Rd., North Woodstock, N. H., Jun- 
ior transfer University of New Hampshire, Glee Club Publicity 
Chairman, Potpourri Art Editor, Song Leader, Sophomore Work- 
shop, Newman Club. 

FREED, PEGGY, 19425 Van Aken Blvd., Shaker Heights, Ohio, 
Potpourri Literary Board. 

FREEDMAN, BEVERLY BERNHARDT, 53 Alton Place, Brook- 
line, Mass. 

FREEMAN, CAROLE R., 8 Wenham Rd., Newton, Mass., Hillel, 
News, Spring Spree Committee Chairman. 

FREITAS, LYDIA, 173 Lowell St., Peabody, Mass., Outing Club, 
Spring Spree. 

FUGLISTER, ELISABETH, 29 Little Harbor Rd., Woods Hole, 
Mass., Stu-G Rep., Dorm. Treas. 

FULTON, MARCIA, 130 Fisher St., Walpole, Mass., Pres.-Treas. 
Christian Science Organization, V.P. Young Republicans. 
GATELY, SALLY, Ridge Rd., Newport, R. I., Ski Club, Newman 
Club, Transfer Welcome Committee, Co-Chairman Senior Mixer, 
Business Club. 

GERSON, SUSAN, 252 Summit Ave., Brookline, Mass., School 
Rep., Campus Guide. 

GESHELIN, PHYLLIS BERKMAN, 49 Carroll Ave., Norwich, 
Conn., Campus Guide, Spring Spree, Soph. Luncheon Committee. 
GILMAN, ELLEN, 14 Nottingham St., Newton Center, Mass., 
Spring Spree Auction Committee, Hillel. 

GILMAN, MAXINE, 168 Manchester St., Hartford, Conn., Campus 
Guide, Spring Spree, News Feature Reporter. 

GIOVANNI, EILEEN MARY, Box 85, Pomfret, Conn., Newman 
Club, Secretary-Treasurer Glee Club, Publicity Committee Spring 
Spree, House Counselor, Student Assistant. 

GOELDNER, LINDA, 44 Vernon St., Holyoke, Mass., Outing Club. 
GOLDMAN, BETSY, 230 Oliver Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio, House 
Counselor. 

GOLDSTEIN, DIANE RUTH, 233 Mason Terrace, Brookline, 
Mass., Commuter Chairman, Advertising Chairman Spring Spree, 
N.C.C.J., N.S.M., Intercollegiate Commuter Association. 
GORDON, DONNA, 101 North Main St., Natick, Mass. 
GORDON, NANCY, 710 Montauk Ave., New London, Conn., 
School Rep., House Counselor. 

GOURLIE, CHRISTINE, 75 North Main St., Thompsonville, Conn. 
GREENE, ELIZABETH, 77-35 113th St., Forest Hills, N. Y. 
GREENE, JANET, 44 Maple Ave., Hyannis, Mass., Anne Strong 
Club, Drama Club, National Student Nurse Association, Dorm. V.P. 
GREGORY, MARGARET, 51 Lexington St., Burlington, Mass., In- 
ter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Dorm. Social Activities Chairman. 
GRUSAUSKAS, JOAN, Goshen, Conn., Glee Club, Newman Club. 
HABEL, SUE, 25 Wilmer St., Madison, N. J. 

HALLER, PATRICIA, 445 Church St., Yalesville, Conn., Orches- 
tra, I.V.C.F., P.T. Club, Secretary-Treasurer Orchestra. 
HAMILL, ANNE, 1 19 Glenmore Ave., Baltimore, Md., SCOPE, P.T. 
Club, Stu-G Rep. 

HAMILTON, SUSAN SHAFER, 359 Washington Ave., Brooklyn, 
N. Y., Spring Spree, Christmas Cotillion, May Breakfast, Dorm Rep. 



HARDING, JOAN, 222 Merriam St., Weston, Mass., Bluettes. 
HARTNETT, JUDITH, Apt. 611-5 800 4th St. S.W., Washington, 
D.C. 

HARWITT, JOAN, 7392 Lake St., Pulaski, N. Y., Hillel, French 
Club, Spring Spree, Swim Club. 

HAUGAARD, MARION, 31 Austin St., Portland, Me., Academy. 
HEALD, JUDITH, 22 Washington St., Calais, Maine, C.A., I.V.C.F., 
P.T. Club Representative. 

HEATH, NANCY, Franconia, N. H., Recreation Assn. Rep., 
News Staff, Hastings Social Activities Chairman, Jr. Welcome Com- 
mittee, House President, Microcosm Advertising Editor. 
HEILBRUNN, BARBARA, 61-25 97th St., Forest Hills, N. Y., 
Soph Luncheon Chairman, Dorm Sec'y., Junior Class Social Ac- 
tivities Chairman, Christmas Cotillion Chairman, Class Exec. 
Board, Campus Guide, Social Activities Chairman Stu-G. 
HILL, JANET, 76 Bank St., Attleboro, Mass. 

HOLMES, REBECCA WOLLISON, 208 Plymouth St., New Bed- 
ford, Mass., Junior Welcome Committee, Sect. House Presidents 
Council. 

HOWE, NANCY, 114 Wellesley Ave., Wellesley, Mass., Microcosm, 
Stu-G Rep., Honor Board Rep., Campus Guide, Junior Welcome Co- 
Chairman. 

HOWE, SYLVIA, 465 Merriam Ave., Leominster, Mass., Home 
Economics Club, Jr. Welcome Steering Committee, Fund Drive 
Publicity, Spring Spree. 

HUGHES, CAROLINA MINETTO, Soundview, Armonk, N. Y. 
HUTTON, PHYLLIS, 17 Lakeville Rd., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
IGLAUER, DELIA, 1257 Oberin Blvd., Cincinnati, Ohio, Transfer 
Ohio Wesleyan, Swimmons Treasurer, Campus Guide, Dorm Board, 
Anne Strong Club. 

JACKSON, MARGERY RANDALL, 162 Aspinwall Ave., Brook- 
line, Mass., Glee Club, Home Economics Club Pres., Soph Lunch- 
eon, Junior Welcome Committee, French Club, Campus Guide, Fund 
Drive, Junior Prom, Dean's List. 

JACOBS, JOYCE, 19 Marwood Rd., Worcester, Mass., Hillel, 
F.A.D., Spring Spree Chairman, Transfer Welcome, Campus Guide, 
SCOPE, Dorm. Treas., Junior Welcome, Co-Editor College Hand- 
book. 

JOHNSON, CAROLYN, 24 Avalon Rd., West Hartford, Conn., Glee 
Club, Anne Strong Club, Campus Guide, Dorm. Rep., House 
Counselor, Dorm Student Assistant. 

JOHNSON, SUSAN, 7 Rockview Rd., Quincy, Mass., Sect.-Treas. 
Commuter Organization, Recreation Assn. Rep., V.P. Recreation 
Association, Treas. Young Republicans. 
JONES, SUSAN, R.F.D. #1, Box 378, Springfield, Vermont. 
JORDAN, SANDRA, 421 Longbeach Pkwy., Cleveland, Ohio. 
KANE, PATRICIA, 68 Granger St., Dorchester, Mass., News, 
Newman Club, Commuter Organization, College Bowl Team, Pot- 
pourri, Tiddlywinks Team. 
KANTER, INA, 20 Surfside Rd., Lynn, Mass. 

KASSELS, CYNTHIA, 639 Broadway, Everett, Mass., Hillel, 
News Reporter, Spring Spree, French Club, Class Exec. Board, 
Honor Board Rep., Dorm Board. 

KATZ, MARSHA BECKER, 31 Orlando St., Mattapan, Mass. 
KAUFFMAN, HELENE, 34 Courtland St., Manchester, Conn., Jr. 
Welcome Committee. 

KAUFFMAN, MARCIA, 112 Highland Rd., Southwood Hills, York, 
Penn., Newman Club, Copy and Layout Editor Potpourri. 
KELLY, BRENDA, 60 William St., Newton, Mass., Newman Club, 
Commuters' Organization, Volunteer Work. 
KEMP, DIANA, 34 Corrente Court, Pawtucket, R. I., Academy. 
KENN, VALERIE, 19 Oakland Ave., Lynbrook, N. Y. 
KIMBALL, EDITH, Pomfret Center, Conn., Stu-G Rep. 
KING, JANE, 1414 S-Union, Alliance, Ohio, Campus Guide, Anne 
Strong Club, Recreation Assn. Rep. 
KING, LOUISE, 128 Cocoa St., Hershey, Penn. 

KLEMM, CAROLE, 280 Grovers Ave., Bridgeport, Conn., Jr. Wel- 
come Committee, Dorm Sec'y, House Counselor, Student Assistant. 
KOT, HARRIET, 64 Cornell St., Bridgeport, Conn., School Rep., 
Campus Guide, Spring Spree, Junior Welcome Committee, Dorm 
V.P., Dean's List. 

KRAMER, ELLEN, 9350 Harvey Rd., Silver Spring, Md., Jr. Wel- 
come Committee, Costumes Chairman Olde English Dinner, Tech- 
nical Staff News, Microcosm Layout Editor. 

KURSHAN, MARGARET, 2755 Laburnum, Roanoke, Va., Vol- 
unteer Work, Hillel, N.S.A., Swim Club. 



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LASHER, ELAINE, 49 Orchard St., New Bedford, Mass. 
LAZEAR, MARY JO, 5435 Albermarle Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa., Glee 
Club, House Treas., Sec'y. French Club, Campus Guide, Junior 
Prom, Dean's List, SCOPE. 

LEVIN, NATHALIE, 251 Winchester St., Brookline, Mass., Mi- 
crocosm, Spring Spree Chairman, SCOPE Music Committee Chairman, 
May Breakfast Chairman, Bush Art Fund Committee, Class Social 
Activities Chairman, Jr. Welcome Committee. 

LEVITAN, CLAIRE, 115 Moraine St., Brockton, Mass., Captain 
Tennis Team, Floor Rep., House Counselor, House President. 
LEWIS, DIANE, Obtuse Rd. South, Brookfield Centre, Conn., 
Freshman Honor Board, Assistant Secretary Stu-G, Campus Guide, 
Campus Guide Chairman, Stu-G Secretary. 
LEWIS, ISABEL E., 219 Fitch St., New Haven, Conn. 
LEWIS, NANCY, 6352 Main St., Trumbull, Conn., Inter-Varsity 
Christian Fellowship, Home Economics Club, French Club. 
LIEBERMAN, CONSTANCE JOY, 3 President Ave., Providence, 
R. I., Hillel. 

LINDSTROM, LINNEA, RFD #2, Danielson, Conn., Co-Chair- 
man Fund Drive, Floor Rep., House Counselor, Campus Guide, 
House Counselor's Handbook Committee, Home Economics Club, 
Volunteer Work. 

LOCHER, ANNE, Tapline P.O. Box 1348, Beirut, Lebanon. 
LOMARTIRE, MARYLOU, 23 Thornton Rd., Worcester, Mass. 
LUCE, DIANE HOBBS, 7 Euston Rd., Brookline, Mass. 
LURIE, DIANE, 26 Buena Vista Rd., Eastchester, N. Y. 
MADFIS, JILL, 31 Hyslop Rd. Ext., Brookline, Mass., Dorm Rep., 
Volunteer Work, F.A.D., SCOPE, Tutorial. 

MANDELL, SHEILA, 3645 North Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, 
Fla. 

McMULLEN, ANN, 957 Ogden Ave. SE., Grand Rapids 6, Mich., 
Campus Guide, Newman Club Rep., House Counselor, Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 

McNICHOL, HELEN, 38 North Shore Ave., Newman Club, Com- 
muter Organization, Dorm Social Activities Chairman. 
McREYNOLDS, MARGARET OEHMLER, 7 Traymore St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass., House Counselor, Transfer Welcome Chairman. 
MEISER, SUSAN, 12 Indian Trail, North Scituate, Mass., Freshman 
Rep., Campus Guide, Tennis Team, Fire Captain, Jr. Welcome, Stu- 
dent Assistant. 

MEMMELAAR, ANDREA, East Holden, Maine, P.T. Club. 
MEIRICK, BETSY, 225 Waverly Ave., Newton, Mass. 
MEO, MARGARET, 122 Clifton Ave., Marblehead, Mass. 
MIETHE, CAROLYN, 27 Eastman St., Dorchester, Mass., New- 
man Club, Commuter Rep. Advisory Lunchroom Committee, Presi- 
dent Young Republican Club, Co-Chairman Sweatshirt Committee, 
Delegate Intercollegiate Commuter Assn., Chairman Seating Com- 
mittee Olde English Dinner, Transfer Welcome Committee. 
MILLER, JOAN, 2214 Tenbroeck Ave., N. Y., N. Y., Spring Spree, 
Copy and Feature Editor News, Academy. 

MINKOVITZ, KAY, P.O. Box 360, Statesboro, Ga., Transfer North- 
western University, House Counselor, V.P. Prince Club, Editor Busi- 
ness School Newsletter. 

MORRIS, JANET, 237 Foote Rd., So. Glastonbury Ct., Conn., 
Swim Club, House Counselor. 

MOSES, BEATRICE, 48 W. State St., Gloversville, N. Y., Hillel, 
Jr. Welcome, Floor Rep., Volunteer Work. 
MOSES, MARCIA, 54 Hill St., Waterbury, Conn. 
MOSKOWITZ, JANE, 512-34th St., Union City, N. J., Stu-G Second 
Vice-President, Dorm Vice-President, Jr. Welcome Committee, 
Campus Guide, Date Book Editor. 

MULROY, ELIZABETH, 27 Elm St., Wellesley Hills, Mass., Stu-G 
Pres., Stu-G Rep., Dean's List, Modern Dance Club, Campus Guide, 
Co-Chairman "Great Decisions." 

MURPHY, LOIS, 603 Middle St., Fall River, Mass., Dorm Social 
Activities Chairman, Campus Guide, Stu-G Council Rep., Dean's 
List. 

MUSICANT, MELODY, 4 Shaw Dr., Nigrrick, N. Y. 
NALEWAJEK, CAROL, 2289 Chamberlain Hgwy., Kensington, 
Conn., Newman Club, Home Economics Club Secretary, House 
Counselor, Invitations Chairman Olde English Dinner, Spring Spree 
Auction Committee, Sophomore Dance Food Co-Chairman. 
NEEDHAM, EDITH, 330 Pearl St., Gardner, Mass., Glee Club, 
Jr. Welcome Committee, Volunteer Service, Honor Board Rep. 
NEWTON, ANN, 171 Hemenway St., Boston, Mass., Fund Drive, 
I.R.A., Academy, Business Club President. 



NORMAN, BARBARA, 45 Knoll St., Roslindale, Mass., Newman 
Club, Dean's List. 

OBERWAGER, MARY-SCOVILL, 317 Allen St., Hudson, N. Y. 
OLAFSON, BEVERLV, 51 Silk St., Arlington, Mass. 
OLNEY, CAROLYN, 350 Cabrini Blvd., N. Y., N. Y. 
ORANSKY, RUTH, 34 Pope Hill Rd., Milton, Mass., Class Treas., 
Olde English Dinner, Junior Prom, Ring Chairman, Commuter Or- 
ganization. 

O'ROURKE, MAUREEN, 255 Groton Rd., North Chelmsford, 
Mass. 

OWEN, MARTHA-ANN, 15 Humboldt Ave., Providence, R. I., 
Recreation Assn. Rep., Glee Club, Campus Guide, Junior Welcome, 
Floor Rep., Glee Club — Personnel Manager, Secretary-Treasurer. 
PARESKY, LINDA KOTZEN, 194 Grant Ave., Newton, Mass., 
Class V.P. '62-'63, Pres. '63-'64, Junior Welcome Committee. 
PAULSON, CINDY, 51 Bow Rd., Belmont, Mass. 
PERROTTA, LORRAINE, 25 Portland St., Brockton, Mass., Glee 
Club, Chamber Ensemble, Newman Club, M.I.T. Orchestra. 
PETERSON, JUDITH, 2013 Brian Dr., Merrick, N. Y., Modern 
Dance Club, Junior Welcome Committee. 

PICKENS, PATRICIA, 216 North Jackson, Magnolia, Ark., 
Dean's List, Outing Club, Campus Guide. 

POLINER, JOAN, 95 High St., Middletown, Conn., Song Leader, 
Glee Club, SCOPE, Junior Welcome Committee, Hillel, Young Re- 
publican Club, Spring Spree. 

PINES, CAROLE, 7-E Crescent Rd., Greenbelt, Md. 
PISETSKY, ELAINE ROSENSTEIN, 25 Peterborough St., Boston, 
Mass. 

PORTER, SUSAN, 290 Grandview Way, Charleroi, Perm. 
POTCHERKOFF, DOROTHY, 160 River Rd., Winthrop, Mass., 
Stu-G First Vice-President, Dorm Vice-President, Hillel Rep., Skit 
Night Co-Chairman, May Breakfast Entertainment Co-Chairman, 
Soph. Luncheon Entertainment Committee, Young Democrats. 
PRESS, SUSAN, 35 Mermaid Ave., Winthrop, Mass. 
PURPEL, MARILYN, 90 Antrim St., Cambridge, Mass., Commuter 
Organization, Hillel, Glee Club. 

RECK, RACHEL FEINSILVER, 334 Harvard St., Cambridge, 
Mass. 

REINHOLD, LYNNE, 1468 Tyler Ave., East Meadow, Long Island, 
N. Y., Hillel, Young Democrats. 

RICHARDSON, LINDA, 430 Mount Vernon St., Dedham, Mass., 
Commuter Organization, Tiddlywinks Society, National Conference 
of Christians and Jews. 

RIDDELL, JEAN, Freedom, N. H., Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow- 
ship Treasurer. 

RIVELA, RACHEL, 30 Salem St., Lawrence, Mass., Newman Club, 
NSA Rep., Microcosm Business Editor. 

RIZIKA, JANE, 7904 Stevenson Rd., Pikesville, Md., Social Ac- 
tivities Chairman, SCOPE Arts Committee. 
ROBB, ANN SALMON, 51 Riverdale St., Allston, Mass. 
ROBERTS, ROSEMARY, 17 Lakeville Rd., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
ROBESON, MARY A., 1724 Oleander Place, Jacksonville, Fla. 
ROSENBLUM, EDITH, 64 High St., Woodbridge, N. J. House 
Counselor. 

ROSENTHAL, MARLENE, 36 Sturgis St., Woburn, Mass. 
ROTH, KATARINA, 5 Converse PI., Woburn, Mass. 
ROWELL, DIANE, R.F.D. 2 Wilton, N. H. 

ROY, EMILIE, 18 Garland St., Worcester, Mass., Freshman Office 
Staff, Floor Rep., Spring Spree Invitation Chairman. 
RUBIN, CYNTHIA MERDEK, 151 Park Dr., Boston, Mass. 
RUNYON, NINA JO, 56 Abingdon Lane, Scarsdale, N. Y. 
RUSSO, CONSTANCE M., 300 Howard St., Lawrence, Mass., New- 
man Club, Anne Strong Club, Junior Welcome Committee. 
SADLIER, PAMELA, 147 Overocker Rd., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
SANDSTROM, SANDRA, 61 Andover St., Worcester, Mass., Jr. 
Welcome, Floor Assistant, P. T. Club. 

SANGER, ELIZABETH, 1601 Ditmas Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
SARGENT, BRENDA, 44 Cliff St., St. Johnsbury, Vt., Floor As- 
sistant, Sophomore Invitation Dance Committee, Spring Spree Booth 
Chairman, Jr. Welcome Committee, House President, SCOPE, 
Chairman Social Relations Committee, Assistant Sec'y Social Rela- 
tions Committee. 

SCHARF, KAREN, 653 Sheridan Ave., Plainfield, N. J., Hillel. 
SCHESTER, ENID, 1574 Sussex Rd., West Englewood, N. J., Mod- 
ern Dance Workshop, Drama Club, Associate Editor Potpourri, 
News. 



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SCHWAAB, INGRID ZILLMAN, 549 Washington St.,. Brookline, 
Mass., Microcosm, Commuter Organization, Junior Welcome Com- 
mittee, I.R.A. 

SEARS, HILARY, 6 Gardiner St., Toronto, Canada. 
SEEBECK, JUDITH A., 1040 Douglas Ave., Wantagh, L. I., N. Y., 
Dorm Board, House Counselor. 

SENEY, CHRISTIA, 15 The Court, New Rochelle, N. Y., Drama 
Club, Modern Dance Club Vice-President, House President. 
SENHOUSE, MURIEL, 158 Arlington St., W. Medord, Mass., 
Freshman Office Staff, Commuter Social Activities Rep., Chairman 
Freshman Country Dance, Co-Chairman Freshman Settlement House 
Party, Co-Chairman Christmas Weekend, Chairman Social Rela- 
tions Committee, Chairman Simmons Branch of National Conference 
of Christians and Jews, Commuter Organization, Northern Student 
Movement. 

SHAPIRO, MARY, 366 S. Main St., Attleboro, Mass., Orchestra, 
Pres. French Club, Hillel. 

SHARKEY, AMY, 675 Walton Ave., New York, N. Y., FAD, 
Glee Club, Orchestra, SCOPE. 

SHAW, MERRILL, 853 Beacon St., Newton Centre, Mass., Fresh- 
man Office Staff, Campus Guide. 
SHEEHAN, NORA, 20 Romano Dr., Dumont, N. J. 
SHEINKOPF, LANA, 420 Village St., Medway, Mass., Glee Club, 
Hillel, Anne Strong Club. 

SHELDON, JANICE POPIELARCZYK, 15 Knipfer Ave., East- 
hampton, Mass., Dean's List, House President, Student Assistant, 
Danielson Award, Song Leader, Newman Club Rep., Glee Club, 
Speakers' Bureau. 

SHORT, BRENDA, 65 Townly Rd., Watertown, Mass., Anne Strong 
Club, Recreation Assn. Rep., Sophomore Class Party Committee, 
Basketball Team Captain, Chairman Dorm-Commuter Basketball 
Tournament. 

SIGMAN, ROBERTA, 89 Dodge St., Beverly, Mass. 
SILVERSTEIN, JAYNE, 1526 Corvallis Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Simmons News Reporter, Campus Guide, Junior Welcome Commit- 
tee, Dofm Sec'y, SCOPE. 

SIMON, DEVRA, 34 Walworth St., Worcester, Mass. 
SLURZBERG, LYNDA, 1 63 Sherman Place, Jersey City, N. J., Hil- 
lel Club, College Bowl Travel Coordinator. 

SMITH, LINDA, 100 Sycamore Dr., Newtown, Conn., Frosh Rep., 
Recreation Assn. Rep., Glee Club, Junior Welcome Committee. 
SMITH, NANCY, 329 Kimball Ave., Westfield, N. J., U.S.N.SA. 
Vice-Chairman, House V.P., Campus Guide, Dorm Student Assist- 
ant. 

SMOLKER, MERLE, 96 Naples Rd., Brookline, Mass., Modern 
Dance Club, Stu-G Rep., Commuter Exec. Board, Spring Spree. 
SMITH, PATRICIA, 2 Greenwood Rd., Natick, Mass. 
SNYDERMAN, SUSAN, 186 Low St., Newburyport, Mass., Hillel, 
Campus Guide, Spring Spree, SCOPE. 
SPRAFKE, SUSAN, 101 Eaton Ave., Meriden, Conn. 
STANLEY, BARBARA, 10 Harvest St., Dorchester, Mass., New- 
man Club, Commuter Organization, Young Republican Club. 
STAPLES, JULIA, Eliot, Me., Spring Spree, Skit Night, Dean's 
List. 

STARR, BARBARA, 15 Grovers Ave., Winthrop, Mass. 
STASZ, BARBARA, 334 East St., Easthampton, Mass., Jr. year in 
Austria. 

STEFANIK, ELIZABETH, 63 Park Ave., Webster, Mass., Newman 
Club. 

STEPHENS, SALLY, 539 Marietta Ave., Swarthmore, Penn. 
STERN, MAMEVE, 58 Pearl St., Bangor, Me., Forum, News, 
SCOPE Lectures Chairman, Campus Guide, Academic Affairs Com- 
mittee. 

STEVENS, KAREN, 214 Broadway, Bangor, Me., Dorm Treasurer, 
Dorm Vice President. 

STEWART, JANE A., Upper Pine St., Peterborough, N. H., Swim 
Club, Asst. Stu-G Treas. 

STEWART, MERILYN, 371 Dover Rd., Westwood, Mass., Swim 
Club, Anne Strong Club. 

SUCHNICKI, ELAINE, 93 Lexington Ave., North Dartmouth, 
Mass. 



TAMAROFF, RUTH, 66 Beechwood Rd., Berkeley Heights, N. J., 
Forum Rep., Orchestra, Editor-in-Chief News. 

THALBERG, BEVERLY, 57 Green Hill Terrace, New Haven, 
Conn., Editor Potpourri, Summer Reading Program Chairman, 
News Reporter, Publicity Chairman Creative Workshop, Hillel. 
THOMAS, ELIZABETH, 30 Wellesley Rd., Belmont, Mass., Anne 
Strong Club Sec'y. 

THRASHER. ALICE SUZANNE, 16 Saxtons River Rd., Bellows 
Falls, Vt., Freshman Office Staff, Orchestra Publicity Chairman, 
News, Dorm Secretary, Campus Guide, House Counselor, Stu-G 
Public Relations Committee, Exec. Board, Student Assistant. 
TOWER, ELIZABETH, 34 Stoneleigh Rd., Fairfield, Conn. 
VAN DYKE, NANCY, 15 Forestdale Rd., Worcester, Mass., Chris- 
tian Assn., P.T. Club, Dean's List, Junior Welcome Committee, 
Campus Guide. 

VLCEK, ALICE CLARK, 19A Centre St., Cambridge, Mass., Mod- 
ern Dance Club. 

WALLACE, MARSHA, 43 Ocean Ave., Winthrop, Mass., Spring 
Spree, Transfer Welcome, Hillel, N.C.C.J., N.S.M. 
WALOWIT, KAREN MARSHA, 204 Lawrence St., Mount Vernon, 
N. Y., Glee Club, Campus Guide, Academy. 
WALTCH, ADELE, 14 Pamela Ct., Auburndale, Mass. 
WALTON, JOAN, 218 Landing Rd., Hampton, N. H. 
WANETIK, RONNA, 1541 Murray Ave., Pittsburgh, Penn., Cam- 
pus Guide, Christmas Cotillion Chairman, Junior Welcome Com- 
mittee, Soph. Luncheon, Public Relations Committee, Academy. 
WAYNE, LINDA, 1633 Roosevelt St., Baldwin, N. Y. 
WEGNER, MARCIA, 37 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill, Mass., 
Hillel, Microcosm Art Editor, Dix Hall Secretary. 
WEINER, ROBERTA, 70 Rockaway Ave., Marblehead, Mass. 
WEINSTEIN, HELAINE, 415 E. 204th St., N. Y., N. Y. 
WEINSTOCK, JUDITH, 412 East Main St., Westminster, Md., Mi- 
crocosm, SCOPE President, News, Sect. Forum, Palmer Award Com- 
mittee, Bush Art Fund Committee. 

WESTON MARTHA, 142 Gray St., Arlington, Mass., Glee Club, 
Anne Strong Club. 

WHALEN, MARY, 238 Elm St., Meriden, Conn. 
WHITE, MYRNA, 18 Lynn St., Chelsea, Mass., Hillel, Advertising 
Editor News, Volunteer Work, House Counselor, Social Relations 
Committee. 

WHITTAKER, BARBARA, 15 Fifth St., Bangor, Maine, Freshman 
Class President, Swim Club, Orchestra, Honor Board Rep., House 
Counselor. 

WHYNOT, CATHERINE MORRIS, 236 Union St., So. Weymouth, 
Mass. 

WICKLUND, SALLY, 18 Littell Rd., Brookline, Mass. 
WIKLUND, CLAIRE KVARACEUS, 51 Oak St., Brockton, Mass., 
Transfer Pembroke College. 

WILLIAMS, MARTHA, 419 Woodford St., Portland, Me., Dorm 
Treasurer, Civil Rights Group, Tutoring Program, College Bowl 
Team Captain. 

WILLIAMS, MARY, 528 Columbia St., Cohoes, N. Y. 
WILSON, ANN, 287 Walnut St., Manchester, N. Y. 
WILSON, PAMELA, 39 Rochester Rd., Newton, Mass., Glee 
Club, Freshman and Sophomore Class Vice-President, Floor Rep., 
School of Nursing Rep. 

WINER, SHOSHANA, 713 Curve St., Chattanouga, Tenn., Campus 
Guide, Hillel, Dorm Treas., Dorm Pres. 

WINTER, DONNA, 68 Wellington Hill St., Mattapan, Blazer Chair- 
man, Commuter Organization. 

WITZE, ANDREA, 5007 Wapakoneta Rd., Washington, D.C., Swim 
Club, Assistant Fire Captain. 

WONG, JULYN, 3033 East Manoa Rd., Honolulu, Hawaii, Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Class Treasurer, Campus Guide, Stu-G As- 
sistant Treasurer, Fund Drive, House Counselor, Junior Welcome. 
WRIGLEY, LOIS, 93 Grand View Ave., Wollaston, Mass., Orchestra, 
Transfer Welcome Committee, Campus Guide, Young Republicans 
Club, Soph. Luncheon, Fund Drive, Dorm. Treas. 
YORK, CAROL, 2738A Harmon St., McGuire A.F.B., N. J. 
YULE, PATRICIA M., 200 Weir St. Ext., Hingham, Mass., Dorm 
Rep., Simmons News, N.S.A. Rep., Campus Guide, Recreation As- 
sociation Sec'y., House Pres., Class Secretary. 
ZSCHOCK, LAURA-DAY, 33 West High St., East Hampton, Conn. 



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